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Style: Pitcher

Complement your dining room or kitchen set with a custom pitcher from Zazzle. Made of bright white porcelain, this pitcher looks amazing with your designs, photos and text. Dishwasher and microwave safe, this pitcher is ready for your next party!

  • 562 ml. 100% bright white porcelain.
  • Dishwasher safe and microwave safe.
  • Printed in and shipped from the USA.
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customisable design area measures 23.5 cm x 8.9 cm.
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Deploying the SEP Transmitter Pitcher
DEPLOYING THE SEP TRANSMITTER 1970 India ink drawing depicting the Apollo crew deploying the Surface Electrical Properties (SEP) equipment which was used on Apollo 17 Moon mission. The SEP was conceived and developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It transmits radio waves as far as several miles to "see" down into the Moon and record the layering in the Moon's rocks and soils. It also measures the electrical properties on the Moon. The measurements are made from either a stationary positioning of the SEP as shown in this drawing or are made continuously and automatically as the Lunar Rover moves along. The internal magnetic tape also contains recordings of the location and speed of the Lunar Rover. ABOUT THE ARTWORK Moon Man Publishing, the exclusive publisher of the collection of James Burns artwork, reveals the lunar landing and exploration in a way never before seen by the public. James Burns was the illustrator for RCA’s engineering team and worked with Sam Scalone, RCA engineer and father of Moon Man Publishing's founder. James created these drawings for the top secret meetings with NASA where NASA then decided to approve or not approve the funding to build the equipment you see in the artwork. The outcome of these meetings and James's drawings determined how man would go to the Moon, the equipment they would use, and how they would create the communications equipment allowing the world to witness man’s first steps on the Moon. James has been honoured by NASA with a dedicated page in the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal where you can see some of these very same drawings. Simply Google search "James Burns NASA" to confirm the authenticity of this artwork. This collection of art was drawn BEFORE man ever went to the Moon and BEFORE the equipment seen in the drawings that they took to the Moon was even made yet! This is unique and rare collection of art that is now available to the public for the first time since man first landed on the Moon! Signed numbered limited edition museum quality Giclee prints on 100% cotton paper are available exclusively by contacting Moon Man Publishing. Unlimited edition issue are available here on Zazzle in a variety of sizes and products.
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